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ISSN (electronic): 1364-0380
ISSN (print): 1465-3060
Parity of the spin structure defined by a quadratic differential
511

Erwan Lanneau

The metric space of geodesic laminations on a surface: I
539

Xiaodong Zhu and Francis Bonahon

The Gromov invariant and the Donaldson–Smith standard surface count
565

Michael Usher

Finiteness properties of soluble arithmetic groups over global function fields
611

Kai-Uwe Bux

Units of ring spectra and their traces in algebraic $K$–theory
645

Christian Schlichtkrull

Hodge integrals and invariants of the unknot
675

Andrei Okounkov and Rahul Pandharipande

Orbifold adjunction formula and symplectic cobordisms between lens spaces
701

Weimin Chen

Computations of the Ozsváth–Szabó knot concordance invariant
735

Charles Livingston

Constructing symplectic forms on 4–manifolds which vanish on circles
743

David T Gay and Robion Kirby

ASD moduli spaces over four-manifolds with tree-like ends
779

Tsuyoshi Kato

Heegaard splittings of graph manifolds
831

Jennifer Schultens

Global rigidity of solvable group actions on $S^1$
877

Lizzie Burslem and Amie Wilkinson

Ozsváth–Szábo invariants and tight contact three-manifolds I
925

Paolo Lisca and András I Stipsicz

Invariants for Lagrangian tori
947

Ronald Fintushel and Ronald J Stern

Increasing trees and Kontsevich cycles
969

Kiyoshi Igusa and Michael Kleber

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